Someone solve this please!!!!!
If z= CosA+iSinA, express 2/1+z in the form I-Tan(kA).
Well,what is that number (2/(1+z)) equal to?
And what do you mean by "I-Tan(kA)"...?
where k is a constant and A is the angle from above, it says to express the answer in that form- z is a complex number in polar form.
I tried multiplying the 2/(1+z) by the conjugate (1-z) on the top and bottom but I can't get it into the form 1-Tan(kA).
I think this involves trignometric identities and de Moivre's theorem.
you write z as (cosA + i SinA) and multilply the denominator by (1+ CosA --iSinA)...Simplify it...
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